NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FOX News Channel (FNC) will present special live New Year’s Eve programming on Monday, December 31st, 2018 from 8PM – 1AM/ET. Main coverage of the event, “All-American New Year” will be co-hosted by FOX Business Network’s Lisa “Kennedy” Montgomery and FOX News Channel’s FOX & Friends Weekend (6-10AM/ET) co-host Pete Hegseth beginning at 10PM/ET live from Times Square in New York City.
Earlier in the evening, FNC correspondent Griff Jenkins alongside FOX News Headlines 24/7 reporter and host of FOX Nation’s Primetime Highlights Carley Shimkus will kick off the festivities with a two-hour special entitled, “Countdown to All-American New Year” at 8PM/ET. Also participating in the coverage will be co-hosts of FOX Nation’s UN-PC, Tyrus and Britt McHenry live from the crowd in Times Square. FNC correspondent Bryan Llenas will be reporting on security from Times Square while FNC contributor Jedediah Bila will be live from the Haven Rooftop Bar in New York City. Host of FOX Nation’s First Thoughts and Final Thoughts Tomi Lahren will be live from Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville, Tennessee and commentator Lawrence Jones will be on location from the Riverview Room at JAX Brewery in New Orleans, Louisiana. Additionally, FNC correspondent Phil Keating will be live from the W Hotel in Miami, Florida to help ring in 2018. FNC will also be presenting live musical acts, including performances by Bebe Rexha, Lovelytheband and Ninja.
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